Here Are THE ANSWERS!
Q. If a product consists of an alloy of 50% Sterling and 50% karat Gold, what would the proper stamp be?
a. 14K+Sterling b.1/2 14K/1/2 Sterling c. Costume Jewelry
Correct answer: c. Costume Jewelry
Q. When can an industry product be stamped with the name of a precious metal? a. When composed with at least 50% precious metal.
b. When the precious metal in a product meets the standard for tolerance: Sterling .925, 14K .580, 18K .750 and so on.
c. None of the above.
Correct answer: b. When the precious metal in a product meets the standard for tolerance: Sterling .925, 14K .580, 18K .750 and so on.
Q. What does the word "Gold" describe?
a. a gold product b. 14K gold product c. 24k gold product
Correct answer: c. 24k gold product
Q. What is the proper disclosure for Mallorca Pearls?
a. synthetic b. simulated c. natural
Correct answer: b. simulated
Q. You must disclose that Pearls have been dyed?
a. sometimes b. always c. no requirement
Correct answer: c. no requirement
TRUE or FALSE
1. U.S. minimum fineness for gold jewelry is 9Kt. FALSE
2. For an alloyed product to be stamped "Sterling and
"karat Gold," it must contain 50% Silver. FALSE 3. Yellow gold with a Rhodium covering may
be sold as white gold. FALSE
4. If a product is not quality marked, a trademark
is not necessary. TRUE
5. You may only use a trademark when there is a
quality mark. FALSE 6. An industry product composed of Titanium
covered with 14K may be marked 14K. FALSE 7. Any jewelry under 10k fineness would
be considered costume jewelry. TRUE